About Us

We as a R.S. Bhatnagar & Sons laid our milestone in 1952 in the heart of the capital of the country. The company was established with the support of a group of creative discriminating, judicious temperamental and dynamic professionals. Our company established with the motive providing highly specialized, sophisticated, creative services with a class of its own. Years of devotion in the disciplines of thematic and ethnic decor, supported by a dedicated team, a strong & deep-rooted infrastructure with the latest technology has been the strong foundation. We are committed and dedicated to provide real time three-dimensional solution to our demanding clients.

From The Beginning

Late Shri R.S. Bhatnagar
(Our Founder & A Great Artist)

Shri R. S. Bhatnagar was born at Sirsa (Hissar) on February 1, 1913 Right from the childhood he was very much interested in painting and the age of 13, was awarded the Thapar Scholarship Award’ by the District Board of Vrindavan, Mathura and was sent to Lucknow School of Art for period of 15 year to develop further his talent.

It was in 1930 that he received the first award at the All India Art Students Exhibition sponsored by the All India Fine Arts & Craft Society at Simla and also won the medal for the best art 5 Student of the country. After completing 5 years course in painting he went to Jodhpur on an assignment for execution of oil painting for the Zanana Majlis Hall, Rani Bagh Palace. The then Maharaja of Jaipur appreciated his painting and assigned him the execution of full size painting for the Chander Mahal Palace, Jaipur, Eminent personalities vising Jaipur appreciated his painting and his technical skill in art.

In 1939, Shri Bhatnagar was selected as Master Designer for the Mayo School of art, Lahore (now in Pakistan) through Public Service Commission, Ion early 1947, Shri Bhatnagar has to leave for Lucknow for medical treatment, as the conditions in Lahore during pre-partition days were not normal He had still not fully recovered from his illness that India was partitioned and Shri Bhatnagar could not return to Lahore to join his service or to collect the treasure of paintings, which were lying at his residence. He has to start his life afresh and during 1948 to 1950 he worked as a free-lance artist and participated in Annual All India Art Exhibitions sponsored in various parts of the country.

In early 1950, Shri Bhatnagar joined the Delhi Polytechnic, Department of Art, later renamed as College of art, Delhi and retired from College of Art, Delhi in 1971. Shri Bhatnagar won many awards in All India Art Exhibitions in various parts of the country. The prizes included Gold, Silver and Bronze medals apart from numerous cash awards and merit certificates. During his service he traveled extensively and conducted educational tours of the students. He was very popular among his students as he guided his students like an elder member of the family. His students and colleagues called him ‘Babuji’. His Students include eminent painters like Satish Gural, Narendra¬† Srivastava, Paramjeet Singh, Kishan Ahuja, Jagmohan Chopra, Anupam Sood, etc.

His paints are in important public and individual collections in Indian and abroad including Mexico, Netherlands, Poland and England. His famous Painting “Holi is in the Collection fo Rashtrapati Bhawan and also some important collections are in the Raj Bhawan Collection, Delhi. His paintings are also in various museums in Lahore (now in Pakistan), Madras, Mysore and Trivandrum. He executed a prominent Mural entitled ‘Bhagirath Ji Ganga laya’ at the Pragati Maidan in 1958.

Between 1952 and 1979 he designed the Republic Day Tableaux. He was associated with the All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society as its member for about 25 years and was honored by the A.I.F.A.C.S. for his services to the art and named his as a veteran artist in the year 1984. He also participated at the 1st All India Veteran Artists Exhibition of the Society.

Our Strenghts

Infrastructure Support

  • In house Digital Printing Solvent Facilities with latest 10ft. big format printers
  • 6 Colour printing on varied surfaces
  • Print Capacity of 5000 sqft. /day
  • Warehousing capacity of 5000 sqft.
  • Fully Computerised Design Studio
  • Broad-based vender support

In House Fabrication Team

  • Modeling
  • Carpentry
  • Steel Fabrication
  • Electro-Mechanical Fabrication
  • Artists and Painters
  • Sourcing
  • Vendor management
  • Logistics