A design for the tomb of Canon del Corno in the Church of Gesù e Maria on the Corso in Rome (B. Contardi and S. Romano (eds.), Filippo Titi, Studio di Pittura, Scoltura, et Architettura, nel Chiese di Roma (1674-1763), Florence, 1987, I, pp. 200-201, II, fig. 1349). Titi describes the tomb as 'opera degna d'esser la prima delle belle cose che si vedono in questa Chiesa'. The small Church of Gesù e Maria was completed in 1675 with a façade and interior by Girolamo Rainaldi.
As well as his many works in Rome, Guidi also worked in Paris, being received into the Académie in 1676. Among his works in France is the statue of Fame writing the History of Louis XIV for the gardens at Versailles, made after designs by Charles Le Brun.