Edith (at left) & Ganna (right) circa 1920's
Then there is Adah, who can be summed up in this Nov. 9, 1942 Time magazine blurb:
Given that "Group of Women" pre-dates the McCormick portrait, it is my suspicion is that the painting was acquired in lieu of Dalí consenting to the commission. It certainly must have taxed Harold's much more pedestrian taste:
Harold's oil painting; a James MacDougal Hart (1828-1901) Loon Lake, Adirondacks which went to Edith in their divorce and consequently sold in the American Art Association/Anderson Galleries auction of her estate in 1934
As Adah had been Harold's nurse for quite some time, we could assume that what Adah wanted, Adah got. (Adah married Harold in 1938 at the estate of his sister Mary McCormick in Pasadena, CA) "Group of Women" was acquired by the Gala-Dalí Foundation in 2002. Portrait of Mrs George Tait II, (while widely reproduced and listed as a surviving Dalí) presumably remains in a private collection.