This is usually to be had ready mixed, but it varies considerably in name as well as in the exact tint.
Use ultramarine blue, lemon chrome yellow, blue black and white lead.
A dark green made by mixing nine parts of black and one of bright green.
This is produced by a mixture of French ochre, lamp black and Prussian blue.
This color is suitable for inside work. It is made by mixing orange chrome yellow, light chrome green and white lead in equal proportions.
Equal quantities of white and blue and rather more than twice the amount of green give a very good shade.
Mix three parts of middle chrome, two parts of black, and one part of burnt sienna and lighten up with white lead until the desired color is obtained.
This is sold ready for use, and is only suitable for distemper. It cannot be used with oil.
This is produced from a mixture of a bright green, medium chrome yellow and French ochre.
Mix one part of middle chrome green with four of black.
A green of this name may be purchased ready made. It is very similar to middle Brunswick green.
This is a dark green shade, obtained by mixing one part of chrome yellow and one of Prussian blue with three parts of chrome green and fifteen parts of black.
This is a dark sage-yellow greenish shade. It may be obtained by mixing six parts of Prussian blue, thirteen of chrome green, three of orange chrome, eight of "white, and twenty of black.
Tint white lead with French ochre, a bright green and a little lamp black.
This pale greenish shade is obtained by mixing chrome or Brunswick green, bright yellow and white in the proportions of one part green, four of yellow and three of white.