This unusual and interesting piece of enamel artwork features back horses in stark contrast to the white background. The three horses appear to be falling, and I believe the title of the piece is "Padeniye" which means The Fall. The art work is in the surrealism style.
The enamel tile appears to be framed and backed with tin or aluminum. There is a label affixed to the back which is hard for me to read as it's in Russian characters. I did identify the city of Khabarovsk, and I believe the artists name may be Baburov.
It's possible the artist was Vladimir Baburov who was primerily a sculpter born in Khabarovsk in 1946, but I cannot be sure.
This piece measures 10.25 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide. It is in good condition with a little light wear from age.
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