Historically, Orthodox Churches have at times had to resort to the use of Western Art due to the absence of access to Orthodox Icons. There are also Western Devotion pictures that have been adjusted to Icon format by the Roman Catholic Church for use in their eastern Rites. Of interest the Sacred Heart image on the altar seems to have a clock on the paintings left side ( rights side as you look at it),
As for an Iconic painting, I remember seeing one such painted at the request of Pope John Paul II, It is a version of the Image of the Divine Mercy. [For those of you who do not know the story of the Divine Mercy Image, it was a private revelation by Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska in which she states that "the Lord Jesus clothed in a white garment. One hand was raised in blessing, the other was touching the garment at the breast. From the opening of the garment at the breast there came forth two large rays, one red and the other pale. In silence I gazed intently at the Lord; my soul was overwhelmed with fear, but also with great joy. After a while Jesus said to me, 'paint an image according to the pattern you see, with the inscription: Jesus, I trust in You.'] The icon of this is a icon of a standing Lord Jesus clothed in a white garment. One hand was raised in blessing, the other was touching the garment at the breast with two rays coming from his breast one red and the other white. Its inscription in Greek says "Jesus, I trust in You.'"