Edge of the Wood (The Flight into Egypt) by Jan Breughel the Elder known as 'Velvet Breughel' (1568-1625)
I think Breughel must have been fascinated by the Christian story of the flight into Egypt portraying the holy family fleeing after the massacre of the innocents (baby boys) quite often. One interpretation is in the Coutauld Gallery in London which is very different from the one above from The Hermitage, St Petersburg.
Although the card says 'edge of the wood' I think it should translate as 'edge of the forest', trees dominate the landscape, the three refugees are heading towards us while everyone else is heading in a different direction, apart from the birds in flight.
Ksenia who sent this card lives in St Petersburg, how wonderful, a ready supply of cards and thousands of wonderful paintings. Breughel always puts lots of little details in his paintings so the original will hold many surprises.
The card came appropriately with the 5th definitive series of stamps which show
creatures that might be found in this landscape, Lynx, two Bears and a Hare. She also managed to fit the Astrakhan Kremlin on the card within the dividing line without obscuring the description. Neat job Ksenia.