Abstract : Interpreting the celebrated Rudin-Osher-Fatemi (ROF) model in a Bayesian framework has led to interesting new variants for Total Variation image denoising in the last decade. The Posterior Mean variant avoids the so-called staircasing artifact of the ROF model but is computationally very expensive. Another recent variant, called TV-ICE (for Iterated Conditional Expectation), delivers very similar images but uses a much faster fixed-point algorithm. In the present work, we consider the TV-ICE approach in the case of a Poisson noise model. We derive an explicit form of the recursion operator, and show linear convergence of the algorithm, as well as the absence of staircasing effect. We also provide a numerical algorithm that carefully handles precision and numerical overflow issues, and show experiments that illustrate the interest of this Poisson TV-ICE variant.