Guidi

Guidi is an Italian surname shared by several notable people:

  • Domenico Guidi (1625–1701), Italian sculptor
  • Carlo Alessandro Guidi (1650–1712), Italian lyric poet
  • Ignazio Guidi (1844–1935), Italian orientalist
  • Guido Buffarini Guidi (1895–1945), Italian politician active during the Second World War
  • Juan Héctor Guidi (1930–1973), Argentine footballer
  • Peter Guidi (born 1949), American jazz musician
  • Fabrizio Guidi (born 1972), Italian cyclist
  • Guido Guidi (fl. 20th century), Italian comic book artist and penciller
  • Emanuele Guidi (born 1969), Sammarinese archer
  • Guidi family (it)

Other articles related to "guidi":

Nicola Guidi Di Bagno
... Nicola Guidi di Bagno (Mantua, Italy,1583) was a titular archbishop of Atenia, bishop of Senigallia, and a cardinal ... His brother Gianfrancesco Guidi di Bagno and his uncle Girolamo Colonna were also cardinals ...
Peter Guidi
... Peter Guidi (born 1949) is a jazz saxophonist and jazz flutist whose main instruments are flute, alto and bass flute, alto and soprano saxophones ... Born in Scotland of Italian parents, Peter Guidi is a self-taught musician ... Peter Guidi is author of a two volume flute teaching method 'The Jazz Flute' ...
Casa Guidi
... Casa Guidi is the fifteenth-century patrician house in Piazza San Felice, 8, near the south end of the Pitti Palace in Florence, in which the piano nobile apartment was inhabited by Robert and ... By that time, Casa Guidi was in poor shape, and the apartment retained hardly any furniture or paintings ... Casa Guidi is open to the public for 300–600 p.m ...
Cerreto Guidi
... Cerreto Guidi is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Florence in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 30 km west of Florence ... Cerreto Guidi borders the following municipalities Empoli, Fucecchio, Lamporecchio, Larciano, San Miniato, Vinci ...
Domenico Guidi
... Domenico Guidi (1625 – March 28, 1701) was a prominent Italian Baroque sculptor ... Born in Carrara, Guidi followed his uncle, the prominent sculptor, Giuliano Finelli to Naples ... noted for his feud with Bernini, it is not surprising that Guidi was never employed by the eminent master ...