Kakukakusai Sosa | Letter
A letter by Kakukakusai Sosa (1678-1730), the sixth generation head of Omotesenke to Nakamura Sotetsu (1699-1776), a lacquer artisan. - The collector's box inscribed by Shirasaki Kenjo (born 1941), a connoisseur of calligrphy and autograph collector.
I greet you at the end of this year, and I would like to express my gratitude. We are all so busy at this time of the year. I hope this letter finds you well. I apologize for any inconvenience I may have caused you. Thank you for your kind consideration and for your understanding of my situation. I appreciate your help and support, and I am grateful for the kindness you have shown me and my family. I am sorry that I cannot be of more assistance to you. My family is currently away from home, so I am unable to respond to your request immediately.I am looking forward to seeing you again soon. I have been eagerly anticipating our meeting since the beginning of the year. I hope you have been well since we last met.Thank you again for your time and assistance. I am deeply grateful for your continued support. - respectfully yours, Sen Sosa, December 22nd. To Mr Nakamura Sotetsu.
Kakukakusai Sosa (1678-1730)
Letter to Nakamura Sotetsu (1699-1776)
Ink on paper
13.5 x 74 cm ((5¼ x 29 in.)
Mounting 103 x 76.5 cm (40½ x 30 in.)
Collector's box (Shirasaki Kenjo)