The last one is some very terrible schlock. At least look at the podlinniki, if you want to properly imitate an icon. Unlike the Son, God the Father cannot be depicted because NO ONE has seen him. He may appear in 19th century Russian icons, but not in traditional Byzantine, or Russo-Byzantine iconography. If this is done in a quasi-traditional style, then it appears that whoever did it is badly informed. The Icon of Our Lady of Korea does not really look like an icon, aside from the style, because neither participant acts as in the usual icons.