Fiorillo, L.

Luigi Fiorillo (1847-1898) established his photographic studio in Alexandria (Egypt) in the early 1870s. He took pictures of the city after the 1882 bombardment by the British, publishing an album. He had taken snapshots of the Urabi revolt a year earlier. Following his death, his studio was taken over by his widow and sons, one of whom (Federico) subsequently worked on the islands of Rhodes and Leros (Greece).