I am not sure why, but calypso dancers and musicians were a major theme for "mass produced" decorative wall art and it appears that even a few smaller studios also followed the trend. One thing that I find quite peculiar is that much of the art is very similar across manufacturers; almost as if they were knocking each other off? Some of the major players that produced these calypso-themed pieces were Sexton Metalcraft, Belart Co., Illinois Moulding Co., Turner Wall Accessories, House of Ran Su, Truart and Franklin Picture Co.
manufacturer unknown- spotted on flickr
Not sure who made these but my guess would be Truart.
Calypso wall art by noted ceramist Maurice Chalvignac
Craft Master Mosette
Calypso Dancers and Drummer, House of Ran Su
Robert Lyons calypso prints (made by Franklin Picture Co, Lambert Product or Illinois Moulding?)
I believe these were made by Illinois Moulding Co. Note how similar these also were to the Lyons prints.
The same art as above, but without the Jonero signature