Black and white photograph of a window entitled 'The Architect' at Wesley's Chapel, City Road.
The window depicts King Solomon, architect of the Temple in Jerusalem. The face of Solomon is actually a portrait of William Wilmer Pocock, and the window commemorates him and other members of the Pocock family. Pocock was a trustee of Wesley's Chapel for 49 years and his grandfather was present when John Wesley laid the foundation stone for Wesley's Chapel.
W.W. Pocock must have been a Freemason, as there are a number of Freemasonry elements in this window, including the subject of the window, the compass in Solomon's hand, and the Temple column colours of blue and white.
The window was designed by Alfred O. Hemmings in 1901.