How To Mix Oil Paints for Coco Chanel Painting by GK

I have previously published a post about what inspired me to create this pop Art painting for the lovely Coco Chanel. I was surprised that this post got so popular, although the painting itself was one of the easiest paintings I ever made (there are no complex details in it). Hence, I decided to show you a detailed color chart (color map) for this Coco Chanel painting, along with the oil paints you need to mix each color in the chart (with an estimated percentage for each oil paint).

Before I begin, I’m glad to let you know that this post is sponsored by Jackson’s Art Supplies, which means you will get 10% discount if you purchase from Jackson’s Art Supplies through links in this post.

Coco Chanel Painting Color Chart, total of 10 colors

So, the color chart consists of 10 colors and total of 11 oil paints (summary of these oil paints is at the end of the post)

Titanium White (97%) +

Lemon Yellow Hue (3%)

Titanium White (97%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (3%)

Titanium White (97%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (2.5%) +

Cadmium Red Hue (0.5%)

Titanium White (97%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (0.5%) +

Cadmium Red Hue (2.5%)

Titanium White (96%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (0.5%) +

Cerulean Blue (3.5%)

Titanium White (96%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (0.5%) +

Cerulean Blue (3%) +

Phthalo Blue (0.5%)

Titanium White (96%) +

Naples Yellow Hue (0.5%) +

Cerulean Blue (3%) +

Viridian Hue (0.5%)

Vandyke Brown (40%) +

Terre Verte (40%)

Ivory Black (20%)+

Vandyke Brown (40%) +

Ivory Black (40%)+

Terre Verte (20%)

Vandyke Brown (30%) +

Cadmium Red Deep Hue (70%)

Summary of oil paints required:

(1) Titanium White

(2) Lemon Yellow Hue

(3) Naples Yellow Hue

(4) Cadmium Red Hue

(5) Cerulean Blue

(6) Phthalo Blue

(7) Vandyke Brown

(8) Terre Verte

(9) Ivory Black

(10) Viridian Hue

(11) Cadmium Red Deep Hue

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Check out my tutorial on how to mix oil colors with easy step-by-step instructions:

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