Color space can be based upon either a three-dimensional or four-dimensional axis model. There are probably a number of commercial services and software programs marketed for this purpose. The basic
simplified ones which merely relate screen to printer output would be inadequate. Rather, someone would have to isolate every specific dye or pigment used in a particular medium and plot this with a continuous spectrophotometer, then map the gamut space. But I fail to see what value the result would be unless
you have already studied color mapping and understand the implications. Breaking down the values for
an obsolete color process would be quite difficult unless you have adequately sized samples of each
primary component.