News Articles about Gegoux's Early Activities
Jefferson County Journal, Adams, NY.
November 17th, 1880 - Adams, NY
We notice on exhibition in Withington & Kneeland's window a fine crayon picture of our townsman, George Fraiser.  It looks very natural and is a credit to the artist, Prof. Gegoux, of Watertown.
November 15th, 1882 - Watertown, NY
The latest work from the studio of Professor Gegoux is a life size* crayon portrait of Willis P. Middleton, son of Rueben S. Middleton of New York.  It bears the impress of great artistic ability, and for its naturalness it hits the subject squarely.
May 2nd, 1883 - Adams Centre, NY
Prof. Gegoux, of Watertown, has just finished a life size oil portrait of M.D. Tittsworth's Mother.
July 11th, 1883 - Adams, NY
B.F. Hawes has had a crayon picture of his daughter, the late Mrs. C.F. Myers drawn by Prof. Gegoux, of Watertown.  It has been placed on exhibition for a few days in W.H. Withington's drug store, where it is much admired.
May 14, 1884 - Watertown, NY - Jefferson County Journal, Adams, NY
A fine crayon drawing of George Knowlton is on exhibition at Hanford & Co.'s show windows.  It was executed by Theo. Gegoux.
August 4, 1885 - Adams, NY - Jefferson County Journal
Theodore Gegoux, of Watertown, has lately finished a life size* crayon portrait of Father Conroy, of Ogdensburg. The portrait is said to be a fine one.
November 26, 1889 - Watertown, NY - Prof. Gegoux has painted a portrait of the veteran court crier, Justin W. Weeks.
*(Life Size was 32 x 26 inches)
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Jefferson County Journal, Adams, NY.

October 19th, 1881 - Watertown, NY
Returned Home - The artist, Prof. Gegoux, after several weeks visit to Paris, the city of art, and other cities of note on the continent of Europe, returned home last week Wednesday (Oct 13, 1881), has reopened his studio at his old place of business, the American Arcade (22, 23, & 24), where he will be pleased to wait upon his patrons as formerly who may favor him to call.  The best advertising medium that the Professor puts before the public is work which alone sustains his reputation as an artist.  Mr. Gegoux's trip abroad will better enable him to accomplish his desired object - the carrying of the work of art to a higher state of perfection of which he is fast becoming one of its able masters.
December 28th, 1881 - Antwerp, NY
Prof. Gegoux, the talented portrait painter of Watertown, attended the loan exhibition held at the M. E. church in this place week before last.
March 3, 1885 - Watertown, NY - Jefferson County Journal, Adams, NY
Theo. Gegoux was in Antwerp Saturday.
March 16, 1886 - Watertown, NY
- One of the busiest men in town is Prof. Theo. Gegoux, the portrait painter.  Prof. Gegoux has an enviable reputation as an artist and is justly deserving of the liberal patronage he is receiving.
February 16, 1887 - Watertown, NY
- Prof. Theo. Gegoux has some of his paintings on exhibition at the Catholic fair, which begun at Clayton monday night.