A reader writes:
The picture you feature as a new popular picture of Jesus is a painting by an artist named Ariel Aggemian in 1935. He used both the Shroud of Turin and the St. Catherine Monastery icon “The Pantocrator,” circa A.D. 550. Strangly this treatment made to look more shroud-like seems more popular than the full painting.
Full painting below. Any more data? Bigger Size.