Details: This poster is of Christ the Eucharist, by Juan de Juanes. It shows Jesus Christ holding a round wafer. On the table in front of him is a goblet of wine.
Vicente Juan Masip (also Juan de Juanes and Joan de Joanes) (c. 1500 - 21 December 1579) was a Spanish painter of the Renaissance period. Since his name Macip made him sound like a laborer (macero), he adopted the name of Juanes or de Juan. He was born in Bocairent and was considered the premier painter of the Valencian school of painters, and often called the Spanish Raphael. His works relate to religious subjects, and are characterized by dignity of conception, accuracy of drawing, beauty of color, and minuteness of finish.Among his best works is the Immaculate Conception painted for the Jesuit church, supposedly inspired by a revelation undergone by the painter's confessor, Father Martin Alberto. Macip also painted portraits.
This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.