The practice of "crowning" icons of the Mother of God is from Roman Catholic tradition. The painting of icons in Russian, Romanian, Ukrainian or other Orthodox tradition where there was strong Roman Catholic influence in earlier centuries is not surprising.
Having said that, there are a few icons which do not follow proper Orthodox canons, but which have been regarded as miraculous, such as the Derzhavnaya (the Mother of God enthroned, with the Christ-child in her lap).
I can say without hesitation that the image provided by Gebre Menfes Kidus would be completely unacceptable to Eastern Orthodox, as it depicts God the Father in human form, which is contrary to Orthodox canon and Holy Tradition. The crowning of the Virgin in this image, as well as the depictin of God the Father in human form, is nothing more than the Roman Catholic influence on religious images on the OO church.