Cosimo Daddi (before 1575-1630), was a late Renaissance painter active mainly around Volterra and Florence. In 1591-94, he participated in the fresco decoration of the Villa Petraia for the Medici family. Baldassare Franceschini was one of his pupils.
- Pontormo and Rosso. Empoli and Volterra. David Franklin. The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 137, No. 1102 (Jan., 1995), pp. 48–50
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