The Robert A. Tino Gallery is located off one of the most traveled roads in the southeastern United States, Highway 66 in Sevierville, Tennessee, at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Listed on the Register of Historic Places in Tennessee, the two-story antebellum home was built by John Andes in 1844 and has served as the private residence of only two families in its history - the Andes family and the Denton family. Robert's wife, Mary John Denton Tino, is the granddaughter of John H. Denton, the home's second owner. In the 1990's, the home was transformed into an art gallery that could preserve its Tennessee heritage and also showcase the original works, as well as published limited editions, of East Tennessee watercolorist Robert A. Tino.
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