However, by the summer of 1922 their relationship was foundering, and during the following summer the family spent time in the south of France with the family of American expatriates, painter Gerald Murphy and his wife, Sara Wiborg Murphy. Picasso painted Sara on several occasions, and her features share characteristics with Woman with Blue Veil. Picasso included this painting in his first retrospective in 1932, which was exhibited in Paris and at the Zurich Kunsthaus.
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