The Church of the Eremite was under restoration during my last visit to Venice, so I was not able to get a picture of this Madonna della Misericordia. According to Lena, the relief in wood located in the presbytery of the church is of unknown origin, although it probably comes from the Scuola della Misericordia, since like the relief in that Scuola and now in London, there is a Tree of Jesse behind the Madonna. Mary opens her golden mantle to a rather large number of monks in white robes. The Tree of Jesse, also in golden tones, is behind her and on a blue background; (200 cm x 190 cm). You can take a peek at the following address:
How to get there. From the Accademia vaporetto stop: go towards the Accademia Galleries building and once you pass the main door make a right turn. The street will take you to Fondamenta Priuli where you turn left and cross the first bridge, Ponte de le Marevegie. This takes you to Calle de la Toletta that soon becomes a fondamenta. Make a left turn on Fondamenta Ca' Lombardo (right before Ponte Lombardo) and another left turn on Fondamenta di Borgo. Cross the first bridge, Ponte de le Romite, and the church will be right in front of you.