The print I received was of the Crucifixion, found on his religious art page here.
This is section of the image of the print.
What you cannot see is the mind-boggling detail of the background or the outer border, which is the text of the Vexilla Regis. There is even a tiny section of the border decorated with Gregorian chant notation of the Vexilla Regis.
Here is a detail.
You can look at the images online, but they do not do justice to the actual print. Seeing is believing.
I showed it to a venerable priest friend, the great Fr. George Welzbacher – whose knowledge of art is encyclopedic and whose taste is impeccable.
He immediately asked me to order for him a print of the same Crucifixion, as well as two other works on the website.
Unfortunately, Mr. Mitsui does not do online sales. You must write to him. I did and hoping to put the two of them in contact.
But you might go to his site and consider getting a print, perhaps as a gift to a priest. People sometimes have a hard time finding gifts for priests.
A person could spend time with this print considering both the whole and its details and many symbols as points of meditation. I could picture this framed in a sacristy, at a convenient height above a prie-dieu for a before Mass and after Mass moment.