I have been trying to find this icon. It was written by the Russian exiles in Europe approximately 1950- 1953.
The Fatimskaya was written by George Morozoff of Paris in 1950. Please my previous post for more info.
The icon was a gift to the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima, USA.
It was to be in the Byzantine Chapel in Domis Pacis in Fatima, Portugal.
Domis Pacis was finished around 1956. The icon was never placed in the Byzantine Chapel.
The icon was placed in the Byzantine Chapel of the Dormition.
I've attached a b&w photo of the founder of the Blue Army, Msgr. Harold V. Colgan, holding an icon of Our Lady of Fatima. It may be the original that was painted in 1950.
In the booklet, Welcome to the Byzantine-Russian Catholic Chapel in Fatima,
written by the late Mitred Archimandrite John Mowatt, former rector of the Byzantine Chapel at Fatima, the Fatimskaya was placed in a shrine to the right of the sanctuary steps of the chapel.
If you go to the original post of this thread, you will read how Filipe YTOL went to the chapel and took photos of the icon and made a jpg image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v653/pipos/blogsantiago.jpg
My research has shown the icon to be in the Russian Studies Department in Fordham Univeristy.
I am interested in learning more about your research.
I did find the following article that may interest you:
The Pilgrim Virgin Icon of Our Lady of Fatima is the first icon commissioned by the World Apostolate of Fatima’s Byzantine Division to represent the message of Fatima to the East. It is a unique icon inspired by a 1950’s print of Our Lady of Fatima from Fordham University’s Russian Studies Department.
The icon itself removes the imagery of the children and the large populations surrounding Our Lady in the previous image and instead focuses primarily on Our Lady. This is the same emphasis taken from the inspired image at Our Lady of Fatima Russian Catholic Church in San Francisco. Source.
The icon at Fordham was a print.