Reference / link for this picture: http://www.ellopos.org/photoblog/1819/iconography/the-christ/christ-of-theophanes/
Portable image of the Christ, by Theophanes the Cretan, Stavroniketas Monastery, Mt. Athos. Theophanes the Cretan (Θεοφάνης ο Κρης) was a leading icon painter of the Cretan school in the first half of the sixteenth century. He was born in Heraklion, but all his known work was done in mainland Greece. Frescoes bearing his signature survive in the Greek monasteries of Mt. Athos, especially Stavronikita monastery and Lavra, and in Meteora (his earliest work, from 1527). By 1535 both he and his two sons had become monks in the Lavra monastery of Mount Athos, where many of his best works remain. Theophanes returned to Crete before his death in 1559.
His work is more conscious of visual perspective than older Byzantine artists, but he does not use the geometrical perspective schemes by then standard in the West. He uses traditional Byzantine compositions, in a rather austere and powerful manner. He should not be confused with Theophanes the Greek (Feofan Grek), an icon painter who worked in Muscovite Russia in the late fourteenth century.
* Special thanks to Nikol Konstante for scanning the image.