Soon after Convergence and Pollock's other key paintings the artist began to find the pressure upon him too much, with galleries wanting new works all the time. The artist also began to become frustrated with the public who constantly tried to find figures and shapes within his paintings that were neither there, nor intended to be there.
For this reason Pollock chose in the future to just number his paintings rather than name them in order to avoid guiding anyone into thinking beyond what they could simply see with their immediate eyes.
Convergence was created by Jackson Pollock in 1952 and now hangs on display at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Besides Convergence, Pollock's paintings that most frequently become art print reproductions in people's homes are Blue Poles, Autumn Rhythm, Lavender Mist, Yellow Islands and Number 5 / No 5.