This work by the Pakistan artist Athar Abbas is on a similar theme to that of the Pyramid and Sphinx, and the sky is rather like that in Alhambra Evening.
Athar Abbas has never been to Africa or the Middle East, but is fascinated by the animals of the African continent as can be seen in some other examples of his work such as the Zebras at the Waterhole.
There are small camels in Pakistan, but they are not as big as those that I have seen in North Africa.(I was bitten by one in Morocco, but that's another story.) The camels in this picture are carved from wood and the desert, shaded in the evening sunlight, is made from crushed brick and stone. The camels are two-dimensional, trudging through the desert.
The hand-made frame is the artist's distinctive signature, with varnished crushed stones in the corners of the frame.