Art versus industry? An introduction / Kate Nichols and Rebecca Wade ; I. THE ART-INDUSTRY DIVIDE: NINETEENTH-CENTURY REPRESENTATIONS. Lace, ladies and labours lost: the meanings of handicraft in Victorian and Edwardian Britain / Lara Kriegel -- Art, accuracy and the anaglyptograph: a debate about the mechanical translation of sculptures / Gabriel Williams -- 'Why are the painted windows in the industrial department?' The classification of stained glass at the London and Paris International Exhibitions, 1851-1900 / Jasmine Allen -- William Blake, the Arts and Crafts Movement and the mythography of manufacture / Colin Trodd ; II. ART AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES. Repetition, virtuality and mechanical pattern: the significance of the kaleidoscope for the 'fine and useful arts' / Nicole Garrod-Bush -- 'Mere adventurers in drawing': engineers and draughtsmen as visual technicians in nineteenth-century Britain / Frances Robertson -- Industrialised graphic technologies in symbiosis with the world of art: the Illustrated London News and the Graphic c. 1870-c. 1890 / Tom Gretton -- True ornament? The art and industry of electric lighting in the home, 1889-1902 / Graeme Gooday and Abigail Harrison-Moore ; III. RESITUATING DESIGN REFORM AND ART EDUCATION. Building a better class of craft practitioner: ideals and realities in sculptural practice and the building industry c. 1880-1910 / Ann Compton -- 'A fraught challenge to the status quo': the 1883-84 Calcutta International Exhibition, conceptions of art and industry, and the politics of world fairs / Renate Dohmen -- The industry of colour: art, design and dyeing between Britain and India, 1851-96 / Natasha Eaton -- Surface deceits: Owen Jones and John Ruskin on the ornament of the Alhambra / Lara Eggleton.