As you probably saw in the reference linked, there are multiple types of "basic" generalized Feistel networks: Type-1, Type-2 and Type-3. As far as I can tell all of these were introduced at CRYPTO'89 by Zheng, Matsumoto, and Imai in "On the Construction of Block Ciphers Provably Secure and Not Relying on Any Unproved Hypotheses".
Suppose that your state is split into $k$ blocks, then the above paper does in fact prove / claim security for these generalized Feistel constructions (with each and every PRF used in all rounds and all state parts of each round being independent):
- For Type-1, security is proven for $2k-1$ rounds
- For Type-2, security is proven for $k+1$ rounds
- For Type-3, security is proven for $k+1$ rounds
The paper also proves / claims that these numbers of rounds are actually minimal.
For everbody's reference, here are the three basic types as a fancy graphic:
As one can somewhat clearly see, the first two types are "special cases" of the third where a certain selections of PRF invocations and XORings is dropped. The paper does provide further analysis on the number of rounds to keep security when dropping these with certain patterns