1934 Exhb. at the Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta (Also
in 1935,39,46,59). ? 1935 Participated in the Calcutta
University Institute`s 7th Annual Exhb., Calcutta. ?
1940,52 AIFACS Exhb., New Delhi. ? 1958,59 Participated
in All India Exhb. of paintings, Madras. ? 1958,59 Participated
in All India Exhb. of paintings, Patna. ? 1965 Solo
exhb., organised by the citizens of Calcutta, Chitrakoot
Art Gallery, Calcutta. ? Solo exhb. in Santiniketan.
? Exhb. at Gallerie 88, Calcutta.
Vichitra Bhavan, Tagore Museum, Santiniketan. ? Rabindra
Bharati University, Jorasanko, Calcutta. ? Moscow Museum.
? Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta. ? Mahajatti Sadan,
Calcutta. ? Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi. ? Birla Academy
of Art and Culture, Calcutta. ? Mr. Avijit Mazumdar.
? Madhya Pradesh Govt. Art Gallery. ? Royal Family,
Jammu and Kashmir. ? Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
1934 Awarded `Best Exhibitor`s Prize` by the Govt.
School of Art and Craft, for the painting entitled `Ardhodaya
Yoga`, Calcutta. ? 1935 Gold Centered Medal and Certificate
of Honour, Calcutta University Institute`s 7th Annual
Exhb. for `Tempera Work` in Indian style. ? 1935 Second
prize by the Academy of Fine Arts, for the tempera painting
`To the Market`, Calcutta. ? 1939 First Prize for the
painting entitled `Meherunnessa` in Moghul style from
the Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta. ? 1940 Received
award for the painting `Diamond of Nawraj` from AIFACS,
New Delhi. ? 1946 Rabindranath Tagore Gold Medal for
the painting entitled `Sultana Razia`, Academy of Fine
Arts, Calcutta. ? 1952 Awarded Punjab Govt. Gold Medal
for the painting entitled `Aurangzeb`, All India Fine
Arts Exhb., Punjab. ? 1958 Awarded the President?s Gold
and Silver combined plaque from All India Exhb. of Paintings,
Madras. ? 1958 Gold Centered Medal, All India Exhb.,
Patna, for traditional Indian Paintings.
Radhacharan Bagchi was a versatile artist, worked
in oil, tempera, opaque and transparent water colour.
To his credit, he also has a number of graphics art
in dry point, etching, lithography and linocut. He in
his long career maintained the tradition of Indian Art,
choosing subjects form Hindu and Buddhist mythology.
He is remembered for his Mughal and Rajput miniatures.
His great virtuosity still leaves the viewers ecstatic,
transporting them to a realm of aesthetic trance.
Taught art in schools before joining Kala Bhavan at
Rabindranath Tagore`s invitation. ? 1951 He joined Kala
Bhavan, Santiniketan. ? 1963-73 Officiated twice as
the Principal of Kala-Bhavan, Santiniketan. ? Invited
by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of Bihar and the
Patna Art College to give series of lectures on Fine