Looks just like an Edward Hopper painting, doesn’t it? That’s because it is an Edward Hopper painting: Rooms for Tourists. At the time Hopper painted his tranquilly evocative twilight scene, in 1945, James B. Carter and his family were living in the house (c1850/1860). It has been the Sunset Inn at least since the early 1960s and describes itself as one of Provincetown’s oldest guest houses. There are 13 rooms.