That is not the Vilenskaya, but the Ostrobramskaya, which arose first in Poland. Here are examples of the Vilenskaya:
Although an icon of a particular title of the Theotokos can be painted in various styles, there is usually something distinctive that makes it identifiable as belonging to that title of the Theotokos.
For example, icons of Our Lady of Kazan exist in a variety of styles but one can identify it as being Our Lady of Kazan by the following:
1) the arms and hands of the Theotokos are not shown,
2) the Christ Child is shown half length,
3) the Christ Child is not looking towards His Mother but towards us with His right hand in blessing.
The three icons of the Vilenskaya
as shown in the pravoslavie.ru link are quite different. The hand and arm positions of Christ Child are not the same in each icon.
Jesus is shown reaching out to His Mother with His left arm and holding something with His right. The Theotokos has Her head bowed towards him. Is this the original icon?
Jesus has his right hand in blessing with His left hand resting. The Theotokos does not bow Her head. Where is this icon located?
This copy is currently enshrined in Holy Spirit monastery in Vilnius. Jesus has his right hand raised higher in blessing with His left hand resting. He has his head lifted up looking at His Mother, who has Her Head slightly bowed towards Him.