Favorite Autistic Headcanons in Animated Disney Movies
Hercules (Hercules) Peter Pan (Peter Pan) Fa Mulan (Mulan) Rapunzel (Tangled) Hiro Hamada (Big Hero 6) Vanellope von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph) Milo Thatch (Atlantis: The Lost Empire) Ariel (The Little Mermaid) Carl and Ellie Fredricksen (Up) Lilo Pelekai (Lilo and Stitch) Violet Incredible (The Incredibles) Wreck-It Ralph (Wreck-It Ralph) Wasabi (Big Hero 6) Anna (Frozen) Belle (Beauty and the Beast) Lewis/Cornelius Robinson (Meet the Robinsons)
(Feel free to ask me to give more detail on any of these headcanons, including my reasoning and personal interpretations.)
Young Sculptors on a Bridge in Paris, the Old Trocadero in the Distance (1888). Carl Ernst von Stetten (German, 1857-1942). Oil on canvas.
Von Stetten went to Paris in the 1870s for training, and there met Courtois and Dagnan-Bouveret at the studio of Gérôme; it was for Courtois and von Stetten the beginning of a lifelong friendship. The young von Stetten posed for several portraits and was a model for works by his friend (and probable lover).