Ronin Gallery partners with Oracle to launch new online gallery

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Ronin Gallery partners with Oracle to launch new online gallery
Hokusai, Banana Garden at Chuto, c.1832.

NEW YORK, NY.- Ronin Gallery will launch an all-new online experience in January 2021. Over the past nine months, they have worked to bring their website and backend systems to the same best-in-class level as their new physical gallery at Bryant Park Place. What can visitors expect from the new site? Here are some of the highlights:

• Optimized Search – From saved searches to granular search filters, they’ve made it easier to explore the collection your way.

• Top-of-the-line Security – With any online purchase, security is tantamount. Through partnerships with Oracle, Cybersource, and Chase Paymentech Global, they have implemented the most up-to-date security systems available today.

• Design Refresh – Enjoy a streamlined online experience, from their homepage to their revamped education section.

• A Commitment to Quality – You can continue to expect the same dedication to quality, research and education that Ronin Gallery has embodied for the past 45 years.

Ronin Gallery, known for their encyclopedic collection of Japanese woodblock prints, will celebrate the launch of their new website with an exciting selection of new acquisitions. Ranging from 18th century masters to 21st century talents, the exhibition includes highlights such as Hiroshige’s stunning triptych Mountain River on Kiso Road (1857), Hokusai’s Banana Garden at Chuto (c.1832) and a selection of Shin Hanga beauties by Kotondo, Shinsui and Goyo

Following the launch, they will be uploading new artwork each week as they repopulate their entire collection online. From featured artists and series to thematic explorations, their weekly online exhibitions will invite visitors to explore–or rediscover–the collection through their new digital platform.

Ronin Gallery invites you to explore their beta site from now through the official launch date.

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