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There was a time when art collections were purely the purview of the wealthiest classes. Today, there are so many ways in which to experience and create art that it is possible for virtually anyone to become a collector and aficionado beyond a typical beach landscape on taut canvas. Street artists, like Banksy, aim to create art for the masses. But while it would be difficult to take one of his walls into your home, eBay offers many different options for bringing art into your home, whether your tastes tend towards his style of social unrest, the abstract forms of Pollock, or even the cosy cottages of Thomas Kinkade.