I was wondering about this icon. is it objectionable?
1. It's an "icon" of St Isidore the Farmer, a post-schism RC saint, not St Isidore of Seville, a 5th-6th century bishop. The website which posted the image picked the wrong St Isidore.
2. It's from that repository of schlock, Monastery Icons. When a saint points to something in a proper icon, he is pointing to Christ, either to Him directly, or to a cross, or a Gospel book, to show the way to, and source of, salvation is Christ. In the Monastery Icons image, Isidore is pointing to a motif of an angel tilling his fields (something which occurred in his life). Since when have angels doing our work for us been the path and means to salvation? We were not redeemed by angels, but by Christ.
An event like this in the life of an Orthodox saint can be shown iconographically in a "life" icon, where the saint is shown in the central panel, surrounded by smaller scenes of events in his life.