In this Preliminary Study for a bridal procession, Carl Haag uses the camel's eye as the vanishing point of the scene. The eye level of the viewer is drawn horizontally through that point. That line describes a plane about eight feet above the ground, approximately two feet above the heads of standing adult figures.
Sketch for the lower half of A Bridal Procession at Damascus,
Haag, Carl R.W.S (1820 - 1915), Syria (drawn) ca. 1892 (drawn)
|Carl Haag, Wedding procession in Damascus|