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[[File:Adam Biggs.png|thumb|Some of his artworks]]
 
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'''Adam Biggs''' is a fictional world-renowned artist in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. A selection of his artworks is on display at the [[Randolf Art Center]] but unfortunately the player cannot access the building. His artworks can be seen in certain buildings hanging on walls. Biggs achieved cult-like status for his paintings of circles during the 1950s and 1960s and is considered to be the father of the Abstract Literalist movement (does not exist in real life).
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'''Adam Biggs''' is a fictional world-renowned artist in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''.
   
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A selection of his artworks is on display at the [[Randolf Art Center]] but unfortunately the player cannot access the building. His artworks can be seen in certain buildings hanging on walls. Biggs achieved cult-like status for his paintings of circles during the 1950s and 1960s and is considered to be the father of the Abstract Literalist movement (does not exist in real life).
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Revision as of 14:21, September 9, 2013

Adam Biggs
Some of his artworks
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Adam Biggs is a fictional world-renowned artist in Grand Theft Auto IV.

A selection of his artworks is on display at the Randolf Art Center but unfortunately the player cannot access the building. His artworks can be seen in certain buildings hanging on walls. Biggs achieved cult-like status for his paintings of circles during the 1950s and 1960s and is considered to be the father of the Abstract Literalist movement (does not exist in real life).

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