Only Toledo's silhouette doesn't quite look like the painting; El Greco used his full artist's license when it came to the placement of the buildings.
El Greco - Modern Artist, Trapped in the Past
The thing I didn't get to grips with about El Greco until much after we were no longer neighbours, was that he was essentially a modern painter trapped in the wrong time.
The idea of El Greco as a precursor of modern art was developed by the German art critic, Meier-Graefe who considered that there were great similarities between El Greco's work and that of Cézanne, Manet, Renoir and Degas.(In fact Édouard Manet travelled to Toledo in 1865 to study El Greco's work.)
The clouds in View of Toledo are certainly worthy of any Impressionist 300 hundred years later. To say nothing of that tree in the foreground. Take your hat off, Cezanne.
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