Couple of weeks ago I posted similar image from La Cité de Dieu, The Hague, MMW, 10 A 11 (visit here); French manuscript, illuminated in Paris between 1475-1480. Fol. 435v of the Hague, MMW 10 A 11 shows discussion over astrology between Porphyry and Plotinus with two 'zodiac' curves on the background full with nude souls.
Here I would like to note that some of the VMS 'nymphs' may be male. It is hard to tell, since both females and males (the archer for example) in the Voynich manuscript have their cheeks and lips painted red, giving them appearance of make-up and their outfits are girly by today's standards. I picked up few figures from the VMs 'zodiac' for which I see some possibility that they may represent males (click to enlarge).