It is but don’t stop there. As Gwendolyn mentioned, involve more senses. It creates the impression of being in the scene.
Good imagery is the 3D of literature and draws you into the fictional world, facilitating immersion.
Did the cobwebs caress her cheek as she passed through the doorway? Might there be a musty scent in the unused home? Does the light stream through the broken window, catching the dance of dust in the air? Do the crumpled bills rustle like autumn leaves as they enter the room?
Is Rose disappointed when she finds nothing? Is she hoping it will be valuable or is it a family heirloom and of little intrinsic value?
Imagine yourself there, be Rose and describe what you perceive.
It is a balance - create the scene and put us there, but don’t get bogged down in describing minor details and forget that she is looking for a painting.