Friday Bottom #7
Antonio Pollaiuolo (c 1432-1496) had a thing for drawing male nudes, particularly when they're battling each other. He was very popular with his fellow Renaissance artists. So much so that they copied his excellent figures in all manner of mediums. This is a relief which may have been created by him for the Spanish market but there are so many imitators, it's difficult to say.
I realise it's not just a bottom this week but thought I should include both sides at once. Sorry if anyone finds it upsetting in any way. Personally, I kind of think that if wars were fought this way, there'd be less war.