Rooms By The Sea is an oil painting produced in 1951 by American painter Edward Hopper.
Edward Hopper has two titles in mind at starting of this painting, one was Rooms by the Sea and the other was The Jumping Off Place. But, later he noticed that the scene which he had painted depicted much similar to the composition of the Rooms by the Sea. So, he deleted the other one as it perceived to have some of malign overtones. The image thus seems to convey about the silences of the nature and its beauty by the sea.
Hopper had a gift of noticing smaller details and communication to his inner life. He tried to find the sense of beauty, the desolation and despair of feelings through the figures, objects and buildings that he painted. This painting of Hopper depicts the realistic behavior and surrealistic all at once. The dimensions of the painting Rooms By The Sea were 73.66 cm x 101.98 cm.