Many year ago, I saw an article in a magazine where they had returned to several sites in Europe that had been painted by artists. They brought the paintings and tried to choose a lens that matched the perspective and the size relationships between foreground, middle distance and far objects in the paintings. The results were surprising to me. They found that a 135mm lens consistantly matched the perspectives observed in the paintings. Of course, this wouldn't give anywhere near the angle of view of a pair of human eyes. (unless you have severe tunnel vision )
Since reading that, I have wondered whether a 135mm lens on a larger format camera would give both the perspective and the approximate angle of the human eye.