Joan Miró, “Rhythmic Figures” (Personnages rythmiques) or “Woman and Birds, Woven in Aubusson” (1934), cotton and wool with silk. 77 × 69 inches, the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia (© Successió Miró / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris 2019)
I find it interesting that so many artists have enjoyed making designs to be fabricated as rugs, or other forms of textiles. sometimes they made the textiles themselves, but more often they jobbed the production out to weavers used to doing this kind of work. we even have an artist here on artistvenu who creates beautiful rug designs. but I will keep her secret!