About Robert Wilson Andrews
Robert Wilson Andrews (1837-1922) was a Hawaii-born artist and engineer. His father Lorrin Andrews (1795–1868) was an early American missionary to Hawaii and a judge. Prior to leaving Hawaii in 1859, Robert made a number of finely crafter landscape drawings including renderings of the sacrificial stone at Kolekole Pass, Iao Needle, Kapuʻuohoʻokamoa-Hāmākualoa Falls and Hanapēpē Falls. He studied engineering on the mainland, and returned to Hawaii in where he worked as a suggarmill engineer for 30 years. He remained involved with the church, and spent his retirement years teaching Sunday school.