Annibale Carracci (1560-1609) was a painter of the Italian Baroque period who specialized in mythological and allegorical subjects, obviously preferring the male form to the female. He painted big, beefy, muscular nudes influenced by Raphael and Michelangelo.
Genio de la Gloria (1588-89), or "The Spirit of Glory," is a brightly-shining nude angel with a rather small penis getting ready to pass out laurels.
The Choice of Hercules (1596) shows a naked, very handsome demigod trying to choose between two fully clothed women, representing Virtue (left) and Vice (right). There are more naked men on Virtue's side.
And Polyphemus Furioso (Polyphemus Insane). I'll bet you've never seen the Cyclops who Odysseus outwits so buffed before.
Although his penis is still a bit inadequate.