Well, there is no function specifically designed for this, but…
You can draw symmetric lines starting from a center with the symmetry tool.
Something that could work:
create a large canvas that can hold the center point and where the half of the image is the maximum distance for the image where you want to use the grid. I use 1000x1000 in this example.
Select line tool.
In the Tool & Paint Settings window go to tab “Symmetry”.
In the edit fields enter the center points of your image (=half with and half size of the image) and select the other options as follows:
Dots = Number of lines in your case
Activate Symmetry Drawing in the Tool Box:
Place the brush an the center point (500x500 in my sample) and draw a line horizontally to the left leaving the canvas.
Now you have “perspective lines”.
Pick the image as a brush (menu Brush/Grab Frame as Brush).
Maybe use menu Brush/Make single Color to make this image brush being a single colored brush that changes the color when you pick one from the color palette.
Now go to the project where you want the grids. Add a single image layer, select your colors and place the brush where you need it.
To better go off the canvas you can use different brush grip positions (menu Brush/Grip) and small zoom levels.
Involves a couple of steps, but could be better than hand draw every line.
Also you can save such images as templates for later use.
(not the sample I described. Less lines and not drawn horizontally.)