Paint a Picture was created in 2005.
Robert Burns the poet (1759-1796) did not paint, but Robert Burns the artist (1869-1941) did paint.
In 1955, the American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) used a quilt, pillow, and bed sheeting attached to a plywood base as part of an artwork that used the fabric-based materials as a ground for his oil paint and colored pencil creation, named "Bed." The materials are believed to come from the artist's own bed. Rauschenberg made a number of these mixed-media pieces, which he termed "combines." The "combines" related to both art and real life, which was part of Rauschenberg's artistic vision. He said, ""Painting relates to both art and life.... (I try to act in that gap between the two.)" Bed was a gift to New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) from Leo Castelli in honor of Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
You can paint a picture of a hamster, but you can't actually paint a hamster!
using a paint brush
Let the Picture Paint Itself was created on 1994-05-10.
First download the picture you want from the Internet into the file you want. Go to the file and right-click it and choose "open file". Click on Paint and the picture will open in a Paint document.