This memorial is on the south side of the main Baptistry pillars (see Cathedral Plan).
This painting is 1.9ms wide. It is called 'THE MIRACULOUS DRAUGHT OF FISHES' and is by W.L.WYLLIE, his father, who was a renowned marine artist and lived 1851-1931. The picture is based on the story in St.John's Gospel, chapter 21 and is a memorial to ROBERT THEODORE MORRISON WYLLIE, the artist's fourth son. The shape of the painting is explained by the fact that it originally hung in a niche to the south of the Lady Chapel screen, above the memorial to W.T.Wyllie (the second son).

Memorial to RTM Wyllie
In memory of our beloved son
H Company 1st Bn London Scottish.
Who fell at Messines on October 31st 1914
WL Wyllie


Further Information
R.T.M.WYLLIE belonged to the 1/14th Bn London Regiment (London Scottish) and died 1st November 1914 age 26. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, Belgium, panel 54.
The Regiment was engaged in the Battle of Messines 1914, 12th October-2nd November. The Battle of Messines officially comes under 'Operations in Flanders 1914'. This is not the more famous Messines engagements of 1917 & 1918.
Search under the name at www.cwgc.org for details.
For details regarding the Menin Gate see www.greatwar.co.uk/westfront/ypsalient/meningate/lastpost.htm.
See also the memorial in the Cathedral to his brother WT Wyllie