Eric Gill, the brilliant but flawed artist who is one of England's finest carvers and letterers, produced some of the greatest works of art and devotion in Westminster Cathedral. More about him here.
At Ditchling, Gill carved his earliest work - the Westminster Cathedral Stations of the Cross that made his name. he depicted himself as Simon of Cyrene on the Fifth Station, as a pious reference to his own desire to carry the cross of Christ.
The photograph below shows Gill at his workshop, carving one of his last works - the altarpiece for the chapel of St George. Christ on the cross, as Priest and King, is shown between St Thomas More and St John Fisher.