The art theft of Goya's "Portrait of Dona Antonia Zarate"
In 1986, Russ Borough House again the scene of an art theft - this time by Martin Cahill, the former underworld boss from Dublin and 12 other accomplices. They stole 18 paintings, including works by Vermeer, Metsu, Gainsborough and Rubens and Goya's "Portrait of Dona Antonia Zarate". After the robbery, the police was in the dark, and track the stolen masterpieces lost.
Goya's painting resurfaces
After the multiple art raping a part of the Beit Collection from the Russborough House at the National Gallery in Dublin was passed. This is where most art of the old masters can be seen in the permanent exhibition in a specially created Beit Wing.