A very first example of Venetian wide angle view painting, the scene allows you to see the accurate representation of the square and event participants.
In the background lies the Basilica of St. Marks with the portals of the Veneto-Byzantine mosaics, on the right you can see the Palace of the Doges, the Porta della Carta and part of the bell tower of St. Mark. On the left you can see the Procuratie Vecchie as it was before the restoration; you can also see the Gothic building which was later demolished to make room for the Clock Tower. We can note the reddish bricks of the square, which were later replaced by Tirali with grey patterned marble slabs.
Lacking a centre of the representation, the eye of the viewer is encouraged to wander from one point to another, from one detail to another.
The characters in the scene are presented with meticulous care, large enough to contain portraits and to identify with care the various details of their social status, such as clothing and accessories. The procession proceeds with the Doge at the head, preceded by the standard-bearers and trumpeters and other symbols of power. Followed by the Confraternity of the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista, dressed in white, carrying candles and a canopy, under which, more or less in the centre of the painting, there is a chest containing the venerated relic.
Behind this scene aligned with the standard-bearers of the square we see ENESSERE Hercules Wind Generator.