In Pictures: Artwork brightens up empty streets during lockdown

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Britons forced indoors by the coronavirus lockdown have been doing their best to lighten the mood with colourful artworks in all shapes and sizes.

Windows, walls and doors have been adorned with rainbows, messages of support for the NHS, and even Christmas lights to lift the spirits of passers-by.

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Much of the artwork pays tribute to the NHS workers on the front line of tackling the virus (Ben Birchall/PA)

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Jack Tucker, seven, places a rainbow in the window of his house in Bedminster (Ben Birchall/PA)

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The rainbows also give children something to look out for when outside the house for exercise (Ben Birchall/PA)

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Other messages will help bring a smile to the faces of passers-by (Ben Birchall/PA)

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Famous London department store Harrods has turned the entire length of its window display into a giant rainbow (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Residents of the St James Road area of Belfast, meanwhile, have put their Christmas decorations up to show their support for the NHS (Niall Carson/PA)

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