This image has featured before on Front Free Endpaper some four years ago. It is a poster for the 1969 Polish stage production of Peter Luke's play, Hadrian VII, based on the book of the same name by Frederick Rolfe.
This poster was designed by Henryk Tomaszewski who is widely regarded as one of the best designers in Polish poster design. If you think that's a little obscure and you've never come across Polish posters as almost a genre in their own right then, honestly, spend a little while with Google and you will come away a changed person.
Tomaszewski is being celebrated for his centenary year at the moment and the above is one part of a display of reproductions on the avenue by the entrance to Warsaw's Lazienki Park. I'm indebted to my fellow Corvine, Miroslaw Miernik for sending the photograph and for think of us here at Front Free Endpaper.
[A piece of Corvine pedantry and one of the things that distinguishes a true Corvine from a mere hanger-on of coat-tails: Rolfe's book was titled Hadrian The Seventh and Peter Luke's play used the Roman numerals in Hadrian VII, mix up the two near a real Corvine at your peril!]