English version

lead the eye

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlead the eyelead the eyeif a picture, view etc leads the eye in a particular direction, it makes you look in that direction marble columns that lead the eye upward lead
Examples from the Corpus
lead the eyeThe lawn itself has been built up from strong flowing curves and these naturally lead the eye away from those rectangular boundaries.More thick dry stone arches connect the two ruins and lead the eye into a singular landscape.
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