In contrast to most of the pieces in this collection, here is a painting. This painting illustrates the hypostatic union of Christ not in His clothing or even specifically His relation to His mother but in the actions of others. This is the Naming of Christ and His circumcision. Circumcision is a human sign of humanity's covenant with God. As a man, this is a moment Christ joined with the rest of humanity in their covenant of faithfulness to God. All the while, the Angles of Heaven declare Christ's Divine Name, or responsibility. "IHS" in the banner the angels hold is Latin for "Iesus Hominum Salvator" meaning "Jesus, Savior of Men". This is what God came to earth to accomplish and is Christ' divine mission. The difference in brightness and color in both dimensions also leads to this conclusion. The angels are very bright and gold like being clothed in glory while the people are in very muted colors, aside from Mary and the priest, which depicts their important roles in the moment.
Attached is a video that depicts a similar icon, The Baptism of Christ. In His Baptism Christ joins humanity while purfying the waters fo baptism and taking on the sin of man. It is paired with this paiting because it is an icon that depicts an action that illustrates to the viewer the hypostatic union of Christ.