Located in Nampa Idaho, Canyon marine is a boat dealer offering new Ranger boats, Kingfisher boats and G3 Boats for sale, parts, motors and service.
Canyon Marine provides exciting water sports fun such as water skiing, fishing and waterfowl hunters with the safest and most durable boats. If you are looking for a great selection of bass boat, jet boats, pontoon boats, fishing boats, ski boats, or duck hunting boats, come on down and see us. Kingfisher boats are built with a premium welded fishing boats built of the finest grade of aluminum available.
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Jet boats are rugged and fast, one of the most common boats on Hells Canyon with Snake River waters or the Salmon for good reasons. Exclusive Pre-Flex® technology hulls are designed as a result of years of successful river racing.
We also have a complete line of commercial flagpoles, that can be shipped anywhere in the United States.

Much of the interest comes from my grandfather, who was a member of the New York Society of Etchers way long time ago and began a collection at that time that I've been fortunate enough to inherit. APPRAISER: So this is just one of a handful of things that you grew up with around you as a youth and now you have on your wall.
Flags that we offer to you have a combination of the highest quality components and state-of-the-art manufacturing to give you the best looking and most durable flags in the industry. GUEST: Very little, other than somebody took me aside and said, "I think that's a famous artist that did that," but I never pursued it. APPRAISER: You have an etching by the artist Edward Hopper, who is a very famous American painter and printmaker. And a lot of people know Hopper's work probably through his paintings of solitary figures alone at night in diners, in interiors in New York. He began in the early 1900s after studying in New York and traveling to Paris pursuing art as an illustrator, and oftentimes, in the early 1900s, he had to go and solicit business as an illustrator. It wasn't until 1913 at the famous Armory Show in New York that he actually had a painting exhibited that sold. A couple of years later, in 1915, Hopper turned to making etchings, and he produced the vast majority of his etched output, approximately 70 different etchings, through the 1920s. This is an etching he made in 1922 which is known by the title "The Cat Boat." He took awhile to develop his style and never really adopted any one of the art movements of the early 1900s, whether American or European.

And it was really his etchings of the 1920s that started to bring him more fame and appreciation from the market. There's a tiny little typed signature which is so typical of him right down here in pencil, "Edward Hopper." You'll notice that it appears as if Hopper might have erased his signature and written over it.
Hopper always commented on how he liked to use a very stark white paper and deep, heavy black inks and get the contrast of the two. He would print them as he sold them, and there's probably fewer than 25 of these known of this particular subject, so you have one of the top prints by an extremely important American artist from really what is the most important decade of his career as a printmaker.
GUEST: Well, more than I thought originally, I think, just because of the interest that's been taken by many people, yourself included. APPRAISER: Right, well, as an insurance value on this-- and I would suggest insuring something like this-- I would put an insurance value on it of $250,000.

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