The Baptism of Christ. Designed by William Butterfield and executed by the London stained glass firm of Bell & Beckham. Tile painting, interior of the Church of St. Augustine Queen's Gate, Queensgate Mews, Kensington, Greater London SW7 5JE. According to St. Paul, the baptism of Christ is the antitype (or fulfillmnent) of Moses striking the Rock, the representation of which appears on the opposite wall.

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