The painting of these Arms on canvas is to be found on the roof-tree nearest to the Crawfurd Gallery. This is a replica of the canvas which was placed there after the Extension was built in 1903-05. The artist is unknown. When this was taken down during the fifth Centenary restorations it was judged to be beyond repair, and was copied.
The Arms are those of Neil James Kennedy Cochrane-Patrick of Woodside and Ladyland. Public Register of all Arms and Bearings in Scotland (Volume 16, folio 4) 15th March 1900.
Quarterly, first and fourth grand-quarterly I and iv, Argent a saltire Sable between a cinquefoil in chief and a crescent in base Gules, and on either side an eagles head erased Azure, on a chief engrailed of the second three roses Argent (for Patrick); ii and iii Argent, on a chevron Gules, between three boars heads erased Azure a mullet Or (for Cochrane); second Argent, on a chevron Gules between three cross-crosslets fitchée Sable a spur rowel between two lions counter-passant Or within a bordure Gules (for Kennedy of Underwood); third, Or Three hunting horns Vert, garnished and stringed Gules (for Hunter of Hunterston). Crests; first a hand Proper holding a saltire Sable, with the Motto "LABORE ET ORA"; Second a horse trotting Sable, crined and ungled Or, with the Motto "VIRTUTE ET LABORE"; third (Not recorded for Neil James Kennedy Cochrane-Patrick of Woodside but recorded for John Kennedy of Underwood); viz: a dolphin hauriant Proper, with Motto "VINCET VIM VERTUS".