Pablo Picasso painted the portrait of his wife at the time, Olga, in an elegant fur coat, in 1922-1923. They had a son together, who was then a year old. "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" was sold for 25,000 francs. Portraits underwent a revival at that time, not just because of Picasso, but also thanks to German artists. Emotional truth became more important than physical accuracy.