How to Produce Paints of Various Colors.

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French Red.
This color is simply Indian red, lightened with vermilion and glazed with carmine.

Chocolate Color.
Add lake or carmine to burnt wither; or take Indian sod and black to form a brown; then add yellow to bring about the desired shade.

Yellow Lake.
Take of umber and white equal parts, and Naples yellow and scarlet lake, glaze with yellow lake.

Olive Brown.
Mix one part of lemon yellow with three parts burnt umber. Change proportions for different shades.

Clay Drab.
Raw sienna, raw umber and white lead, equal parts, then shade with chrome green.

Bismarck Brown.
Take carmine, crimson lake and gold bronze, and mix together. If a light shade is desired, use vermilion in place of carmine.

Jonquil Yellow
Mix flake white and chrome yellow, and add vermilion or carmine.

Medium Gray.
Eight parts of white to two of black.

Lead Color
Eight parts of white, one of blue and one of black.

Light Buff.
Yellow ocher, tinted with white.

Deep Buff
The same, with the addition of a little red.

French Gray.
White shaded with ivory black.

Gold Color.
While and yellow, shaded with red and blue.

Pearl Color.
White, black and red in proportions to suit taste.

Canary Color.
Five parts white and three parts lemon yellow.

Oak Color.
Five parts white, two of yellow and one of red.

Olive Color.
Eight parts of yellow, one blue and one black.

Snuff Color.
Four parts of yellow and two of Vandyke brown.

Rose Color.
Five parts of white and two of carmine.

Bottle Green.
Dutch pink and Prussian blue for ground; glaze with yellow lake.

Salmon Color.
Five parts white, one yellow, one umber, one red.

Three parts of red, two black and one yellow.

Copper Color.
One part red, two of yellow and one of black.

Lemon Color.
Five parts of lemon yellow and two of white.

Straw Color.
Five parts of yellow, two of white and one of red.

Fawn Color.
Eight parts of white, one of red, two of yellow and one of umber.

Flesh Color.
Eight pasts of white, three of red and three of chrome yellow.

Chestnut Color.
Two parts Of red, one of black and two of chrome yellow.

Wine Color.
Two parts of ultramarine and three of carmine.

Blue and yellow or black and yellow.

Maroon Color.
Three parts of carmine and two of yellow.

Tan Color.
Five parts of burnt sienna, two yellow and one raw umber.

Pea Green.
Five parts of white and one of chrome green.

Stone Color.
Five parts of white, two of yellow and one of burnt umber.

Three parts of red, two of yellow and one blue.

Drab Color.
Nine parts of white and one of umber.

Four parts red, three white and one blue.

The same as lilac, but differently proportioned; say two parts of blue.

Similar, but more red in than purple.

Cream Color.
Five parts white, two yellow and one red.

Red and black, or carmine and blue.

Dove Color.
Red, white, blue and yellow.

Light Gray.
Nine parts white, one blue and one black.

Willow Green.
Five parts of white and two verdigris.

Eight parts white, one red, one blue and one yellow.

Bronze Green.
Five parts chrome green, one black and one umber.

Carnation Red.
Three parts lake and one white.

Grass Green
Three parts yellow and one Prussian blue.

Brick Color.
Two parts yellow ocher, one red and one white.

Portland Shone.
Three parts raw umber, three yellow ocher, one white.

Plum Color.
Two parts white, one blue and one red.

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