Museum heists are nearly impossible to pull off, unless you're Pierce Brosnan. Or Sean Connery. Or Catherine Zeta-Jones. Pretty much any non-English British person can do it. Assuming you're not any kind of British, get classic works without navigating laser-tripped alarms, with Art Fusion Murals
Dallas-based AFM will transpose reproductions of priceless paintings directly onto damn near any surface in your home; started in LA, the outfit perfected its process servicing commercial clients like The Venetian casino, presumably with works from Picasso's Blue Man Period. The process is simple: go online to nail down the wall, door, floor, window, ceiling, or curved alcove you'd like to cover, then select your masterpiece, after which you and a rep will go over measurement instructions; they'll show up in two weeks to install it, or you can actually slap the thing up yourself if you live outside of North Texas, or you're just confident you won't screw it up. Don't worry, you'll do fine. People in Norman are naturally good at this kind of thing. The Renaissance- & Impressionism-heavy selection numbers nearly 200 (from Van Gogh's "Starry Night in Arles Over the Rhone" to Bierstadt's 1868 "Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California"), though just about any piece by an artist dead for 70+ years is fair game; AFM can also focus on a particular section of a work, or even apply the treatment to a hi-res image you supply (Beer-stat's "Among the Sierra Nevadas"?).
AFM will soon be ramping up TBD contemporary art choices, and they've started teaming with Dallas-area artists like kooky-cityscapist Steve Lawrence to whip up hyper-local offerings -- which will hopefully include the Thomas, Tim Affair.