John Bacon (1740-1799) was a British sculptor, one of the first to work in marble. He infused his public art with an appreciation of male beauty. Like this "Father Thames," a beefy sea god.
His son, John Bacon Jr. (1777-1859), continued in his father's artistic tradition. This is his monument to Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore (1761-1809).
John Henry Bacon (1868-1914) was an illustrator and portraitist. Here he illustrates the story of Beowulf. If you overlook the guy with his arm torn off, there are some nicely drawn nude male physiques.
Francis Bacon (1909-1992), who was gay, was interested in grotesque permutations of the human form, as in "Aperture 2."