Volpi is a surname of Italian origin, meaning fox. The name refers to:

  • Alberto Volpi (b. 1962), Italian road bicycle racer
  • Alfredo Volpi (1896–1988), Italian-Brazilian modernist painter
  • Giacomo Lauri-Volpi (1892–1979), Italian operatic tenor
  • Giovanni Volpi (b. 1937), Italian automobile racing manager
  • Giuseppe Volpi (1877–1947), Italian businessman and Fascist politician
  • Jorge Volpi (b. 1968), Mexican novelist and essayist
  • Mike Volpi (b. 1966), Italian-American venture capitalist
  • Sergio Volpi (b. 1974), Italian professional football player
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Jorge Volpi - Biography
... Volpi was born in Mexico City ... After his career as a student, Jorge Volpi became a lawyer, and for two years he was a secretary for Diego Valadés, the Mexican general state lawyer ... After being Valadés’ secretary for two years, Volpi helped found the "Crack Movement" ...
Palazzo Davanzati - History
... of 19th century Florence, it was bought by Elia Volpi, an antiquarian, who restored It in (his impression of) the original style ... In 1910, Volpi opened the building as a private museum (Museo Privato della Casa Fiorentina Antica) ... The contents of this museum kept changing as Volpi sold the furniture at auctions, including a major one in 1916 in New York ...
Giuseppe Volpi
... Giuseppe Volpi, 1st Count of Misurata (born in Venice on 19 November 1877 died in Rome on 16 November 1947) was an Italian businessman and politician ... Count Volpi developed utilities which brought electricity to Venice, northeast Italy, and the Balkans by 1903 ... His son is automobile racing manager Giovanni Volpi ...
Scuderia Serenissima
... Scuderia SSS Republica di Venezia were names used by Italian Giovanni Volpi to enter his own cars in Formula One and sports car racing in the early 1960s ... Funded by Giovanni Volpi, Serenissima used Ferraris to much success until the founder financed the exiled Ferrari company, ATS ... so the company turned to De Tomaso, ATS, and Maserati.Volpi, and thus Serenissima, halted automobile operations in 1970 ...
Giacomo Lauri-Volpi - Recordings & Writings
... During the 1920s and 1930s, Lauri-Volpi made a number of 78-rpm recordings of operatic arias and duets for the following companies Fonotipia, Brunswick, Victor and, finally, HMV ... In 1974, aged 81, Lauri-Volpi released a final operatic recital record but this particular LP has novelty value only ... Lauri-Volpi wrote several books ...