Pieter van der Merwe, group leader for Maritime Subjects, thought a location of a painting titled ‘Old Chelsea Bridge’ by James M. Burnet (1788–1816), held at Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums didn’t look like Chelsea, and the bridge did not look like Chelsea Bridge. Perhaps it was further up the Thames?
All three relevant group leaders agreed a recommendation in answer to the original query, the identity of the bridge: (Old) Battersea Bridge which was in the past referred to as Old Chelsea Bridge. The collection retained the title 'Old Chelsea Bridge', however a painting description could be added: ‘An alternative title for this work is '(Old) Battersea Bridge from the East'.’
Jade King, Art UK