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425 Madison Ave. (10th Floor)
South East Corner of 49th Street on Madison
NY, NY 10017
Tuesday thru Friday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
ABOUT US:The inviting world of Japanese Art at the RONIN GALLERY encompasses a remarkable collection of thousands of fine woodblock prints from the 17th through 21st century. For over thirty years our gallery now located on 425 Madison Avenue has specialized in ukiyo-e, Meiji, shin hanga, sosaku hanga and modern prints. The gallery also has a superb collection of fine Japanese paintings, netsuke, baskets, tsuba, lacquer and imari as well as posters, books, gift and decorating ideas. We are happy to advise you on appraising, collecting and investing in Japanese art. The gallery is interested in entire collections and individual works of Japanese art for sale or consignment. All of our prints are guaranteed authentic as described and accompanied with a Ronin Gallery Letter of Authenticity. We want you to be absolutely delighted with each and every print that you order, if for any reason you are not satisfied with any purchase simply return it to us within 7 days. As soon as we receive the return we will refund the full purchase price of the print (we are sorry but handling and shipping fees are not refundable). All prices on this web site are subject to change without notice and all prints subject to prior sale.
GUARANTEE:All of our prints are guaranteed authentic as described and accompanied with a Ronin Gallery Letter of Authenticity. We want you to be absolutely delighted with each and every print that you order, if for any reason you are not satisfied with any purchase simply return it to us within 7 days. As soon as we receive the return we will refund the full purchase price of the print (we are sorry but handling and shipping fees are not refundable). All prices on this web site are subject to change without notice and all prints subject to prior sale.
OUR COLLECTION:We are proud to say that our collection of 17th through 21st century Japanese prints is the largest in the United States. We handle all artists, periods and subjects, all quality and all price ranges. Whether you are an experienced collector or a beginner, a decorator, an institution or an aficionado of Japanese culture we will find the perfect print for you. Each and every one of our clients and collectors are important to us. If there is any specific print, artist, subject, period, or price range of art that you are looking for we will be happy to search our extensive collection to find a print for you. If we cannot find in our gallery collection exactly what you are looking for we will put your request in our "want" list and will let you know if we find the perfect print for you.
SPECIAL PROMOTIONS:The value of our prints and service stands on its own. However, promotions are offered to entice and make the collecting experience more fun and exciting. Most of our clientele love our promotions and look forward to our emails. However, if you would prefer not to receive our announcements please let us know and we will remove your name from our internet promotion list.
OUR CUSTOMER LIST:The Ronin Gallery NEVER sells, trades or shares its mailing or e-mail list under any circumstances. We respect your privacy. All information is confidential and protected.
LOAN EXHIBITIONS & ART RENTAL:From time to time the Ronin Gallery arranges and will loan/rent prints and entire exhibitions to other galleries and institutions. We also will rent out art for specific photgraphy and advertising purposes. For information about this special program please contact the gallery director Roni Neuer at 212-688-0188.
OUR MISSION:The Japanese woodblock print has held the West under its spell for almost a century and a half. Since Commodore Perry returned to the United States bearing the riches of Japanese culture Western tastes and sensibilities have never been the same. Among the treasures that Perry brought back were ukiyo-e prints that would forever change the course of Western art. One by one the great painters of the day - Manet, Degas, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Monet, Cassatt and Whistler all succumbed to the seductive beauty of Japanese prints, collecting and assimilated their striking compositions, colors and styles into their own work. By the early 20th century, European connoisseurs of art amassed legendary collections and, later, American art lovers began assembling the portfolios that made the United States the world's leading center for the collection of Japanese art.
The inviting world of Japanese art at the Ronin Gallery encompasses the largest collection of 17th through 21st century Japanese prints for sale in the United States. Experience the magic of Japan by visiting our gallery located the center of New York, the art capital of the world, at 425 Madison Avenue (10th floor) on the S.E. corner of 49th street. Enjoy the serenity of our gallery, the unending beauty of our Japanese prints and the delights of our acclaimed netsuke collection. A knowledgeable and multi-lingual staff is available to answer all your questions regarding collecting and investing in Japanese art
Since we first opened the gallery in 1975 in the Explorer's Club Mansion in New York City, we have striven to meet the highest standards of quality and expertise. We care about the integrity of our art, our staff and our service. Throughout the years the Ronin Gallery has offered unparalleled work by Japan's ancient masters as well as the best of her exciting new talents. We have taken great pleasure in introducing Japanese prints to thousands of people and we have considered it our privilege to befriend and advise a clientele worldwide. We feel greatly honored to be part of the world of Japanese art and look forward to helping you collect, appreciate and invest in Japanese art.
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