How to: Render Images with GDI+
You can use GDI+ to render images that exist as files in your applications. You do this by creating a new object of an Image class (such as Bitmap), creating a Graphics object that refers to the drawing surface you want to use, and calling the DrawImage method of the Graphics object. The image will be painted onto the drawing surface represented by the graphics class. You can use the Image Editor to create and edit image files at design time, and render them with GDI+ at run time. For more information, see Image Editor for Icons.
Call the DrawImage of your graphics object to render the image. You must specify both the image to be drawn, and the coordinates where it is to be drawn.
Getting Started with Graphics Programming
How to: Create Graphics Objects for Drawing
Pens, Lines, and Rectangles in GDI+
How to: Draw Text on a Windows Form
Graphics and Drawing in Windows Forms
Drawing Lines or Closed Figures
Image Editor for Icons