Andrews, Henry 1799-1828 (approx)

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Henry Andrews was a noted botanical artist and engraver living in London. He was responsible for the very careful works characterizing those drawings in those publications. Those books are now very expensive because of the nature of his work.

The Botanists Repository (1797-1799) 10 volumes
The Heathery of a Monograph of the Genus Erica (1804-1814) 6 volumes
Geraniums (1805) 2 volumes
Colored Engravings of Heathes (1802-1830) 4 volumes
Roses (1805-1828) 2 volumes

As far as we know he did not contribute particularly to contemporary periodicals.