Joseph Mallord William Turner and Isambard Kingdom Brunel were the leading British practitioners in their respective fields in the 19th Century. Their works came together in Turner’s painting “Rain, Steam and Speed”, which depicts Brunel’s Maidenhead Railway Bridge over the Thames, which at the time of its construction was the longest span and flattest masonry arch structure in the World.
The painting is discussed here:
with a longer discussion of Turner’s works portraying the Industrial Revolution here:
Brunel’s work on the Maidenhead Railway Bridge is described at this site:
which includes a wide range of historical images and texts relating to the bridge.