I keep noticing you Divine Mercy image humm,,in the Byzantine icon style ...i'm curious if we orthodox recognise it as a authentic icon ...i'll ask the priest this sunday Fr. Miroslav......brat stashko [stanislav]
I'd be interested in his reply. It was written in 1938 in Vilnius, Lithuania (though it was Poland in 1938). It is called by the names "Christ, Divine Mercy" and "Jesus Christ, King of Mercy". A larger image can be seen here.
The top arch has writing in Latin - JESU CONFIDO TIBI - Jesus, I trust in You. The red and white symbolize the blood and water that came forth from the side of Christ on the Cross - which is very integral to the Divine Mercy.
If you have any other questions on this icon, let me know (though let's leave discussion on the Divine Mercy devotion itself to the other thread
I've also commented on CAF that to me this icon brings together the whole Church. It is done primarily in the Byzantine tradition of iconography of a primarily Latin devotion and to me it has a Coptic/Syriac feel to it (though I can't exactly explain why). And the whole Church constantly implores Christ the King's Mercy.
Also, if your Priest knows where to acquire a copy - I've been hunting all over the world for over a year without luck.