It was the first time the public had been asked to capture a moment in time to be saved in the Historic England Archive since the Second World War.
Nearly 3,000 photos were submitted from people across England after this week long call out for submissions, after the public were asked to share photographs that documented life between seven days in lockdown (from April 29 - May 5).
The 'Picturing Lockdown Collection' now features 200 images, including 100 public submissions, and 50 commissioned pieces of work by 10 artists - who were also asked to produce images documenting lockdown.
One of these artists is Anand Chhabra, a Black Country based photographer.
Bella Milroy from Chesterfield were also commissioned to take photographs for the collection.
The artists were also asked to choose their favourite public submission from their region.
Anand Chhabra chose a photo of a poster showing Bruce Forsyth and a twist on his catchphrase. It was taken by a Birmingham Resident, Telly Vision.
Bella Milroy also chose an image from the East Midlands photos.
She chose a photo of shopping - bag of oranges - being washed with soapy water. It was taken by Steven Murray in Chesterfield.
Other images in the collection can be viewed here.