“Aqua Equus” is a Latin phrase that translates to “Water Horse” in English. It combines the word “aqua,” meaning water, with “equus,” which means horse. The term is often used poetically or artistically to evoke the image of horses in water or the connection between horses and aquatic elements. In the context of the painting title, “Aqua Equus” could suggest the harmonious relationship between the wild horses and the sea depicted in the artwork.