RussianCath: sure thing. I'm in the business (religious goods) so I knew about Skete and their Icons (we have an account with them).
Slavophile: It's so interesting that you mention the repersentation of God the Father on the cross. I, too, have always been uncomfortable with the depiction of the Father in human form. Although there isn't, evidently, any prohibition against this in Roman Catholicism, I am of the mind that it just isn't a good idea. It seems silly at best, even pagan, in a way, insofar as depicting him as a physically robust old man calls to mind images of Zeus.
Does the Church of the East prohibit such depictions of the Father?
I would prefer that the Father be represented through some sort of symbol and not be depicted in human form.