Last Easter I received this image from a group called Daily Theology and liked it.
"Noli me Tangere" or "Touch me not" as Mary Magdelene recognizes Jesus as she is leaving the empty tomb.
The school of art is the Cretan School of Byzantine icon painting, which flourished in Crete in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. This icon is dated the mid-16th century.
"The "Cretan" version of the Mi mou aptou, or Noli me tangere icon- The influence of this school (the Cretan School of iconography) is evident in the bright colors chosen for the image and the long flowing hair of St Mary Magdalene."