Benozzo Gozzoli, The School of Tagaste, 1470, detail. From a fresco in San Gimignano. Starting from the left, the boy is outfitted in a hanging-sleeve cioppa. He wears matching hose and no visible shoes. His farsetto, underneath the cioppa, is a rich red. The father's robe is more elaborate, with angelwing sleeves and reaches the ground. The professor examining the boy wears a longer red robe, lined in dark grey. The two youths wear a garment similar to a giornea called a gonnellino.