Andrea de Mena (1654-) was a Baroque sculptor, daughter of Pedro de Mena and sister of the sculptor Claudia de Mena. Both were trained in their father's workshop and entered the Cistercian Abbey of Recoletas Bernardas de Santa Ana in Malaga in 1672, where years later Juana Teresa, the youngest of the sisters, would also enter.
There are few known works that can be attributed to him. In the convent of Santa Ana itself the candlestick images of San Benito and San Bernardo (ha. 1680) that can be assigned to the work of the two sisters are preserved . The Hispanic Society of New York owns two small busts of Ecce Homo and Mater Dolorosa (1675) signed by Andrea. The four mentioned sculptures follow the father models with a more precious treatment.
- Spanish Baroque Sculpture. Andalusian Baroque Sculpture . Volume II. VV.AA.